Skip to main content
SHOW DETAILS
Title
Date Archived
Creator
Jerky Oats Records
by Memphis
40,466
0
0
Memphis were formed in 2005 in a place near Hull. This studio based act started work on the debut album 'Photogenic', which blended a mixture of post-rock, ambient, synth, and electronica sounds to create a perfect blend of sound. After a year out, Memphis started work on album number two in 2009. The album proved hard to complete with several recording sessions scrapped. Slowly but surely over the course of early 2010 the album started taking shape. So 'By Proxy' was born and the album forms a...
Topics: memphis, jerky oats, experimental, electronic, ambient, techno, electro, seasons, spring, summer,...
Jerky Oats Records
by Seren Ffordd
2,129
0
0
A collection of previously unreleased tracks from Wales' finest purveyor of dark ambient Haze contains four pieces, merging together to form a one hour longform trip into the darker territories of your imagination. This is drone, but not formless. The pieces have themes and structures which only become apparent after several plays. Deep listening music for those with a taste for the atmospheric and abstract.
Topics: ambient, dark ambient, drone, experimental, seren ffordd
Jerky Oats Records
by Jack Anderton
1,203
1
0
Expanding on the his earlier ambient, atmospheric electronic music, The Moment starts in a calm unprepossessing manner with 3 ambient tracks before settling into a pattern of lightly toned ambient electronic music with a slightly poppy theme. One element of the album is the extended use of untampered field recordings which complement the ambience greatly. The album does change in tone and genre from beginning to end but is held together via the samples and melodies that lend the record an airy...
Topics: jack, anderton, ambient, experimental, sample, acoustic, electronic, moment
Jerky Oats Records
by Second Thought
1,118
0
1
Christmas ambient from Second Thought! Twenty minutes of moody ambience to soundtrack the midwinter, featuring two interpretations of The Coventry Carol plus two new compositions.
( 1 reviews )
Topics: second thought, christmas, jerky oats, ambient, experimental, electronic, dark ambient, christmas,...
Jerky Oats Records
by Loose Link
399
0
0
Debut release from Loose Link, a sound collage artist from New Zealand. Random Proportions is a collection of hip-hop breaks, cut'n'paste samples, audio collages and unconnected sounds connected. Instead of pasting together samples and loops into pop songs, a la The Avalanches and RJD2, Loose Link arranges them into thick, layered soundscapes, morphing voices, beats and orchestras into a blanket of comforting chaos which owes as much to ambient as it does hip-hop and breakbeat. Random...
Topics: loose link, jerky oats, cut-up, hip-hop, sample, breakbeat, experimental, dub, glitch, ambient,...
Jerky Oats Records
by Various Artists
394
0
0
Terminal Window is a music project from FSOLBoard, a community of Future Sound of London fans on the internet. Artists on the board were invited to contribute tracks and collaborations to the album, given nothing but the title Terminal Window. The final record holds together incredibly well as an individual album, merging ambient breaks from the likes of Loose Link and Noisesurfer with more traditional ambience of Off Land and cubus, and more experimental sounds from Herd and Full-Source. This...
Topics: fsol, future sound of london, cubus, second thought, noisesurfer, off land, full-source, herd,...
Jerky Oats Records
by Xan Alexander
394
0
0
This new collection from Xan Alexander, one half of the synth music group The Omega Syndicate, features his usual blend of atmospheric ambience mixed with high energy sequences and solos, alongside more experimental material. Expanding upon the more ambient moments featured in 2010's excellent Quantum Waves album released on AmbientLive, Xan encorporates melodic ambience on Waking and Lost Lands, while Dark Dimensions and Strange Echoes take this direction further into abstract, experimental...
Jerky Oats Records
by Loose Link
310
0
0
Loose Link's second release, the Electron Mace EP charts a gradual move away from his debut album, towards a more fractured sound, with samples, loops and beats fitting together in a less logical, more abstract manner. The first five tracks are all reworkings by Loose Link himself, while the second half of the package finds remixes in various styles, from the Euro-dance leanings of Dinimiciúla Duo, Option Command's more modern computer cool, cubus and Human Robot's ambience, Second Thought's...
Topics: loose link, jerky oats, cut-up, hip-hop, sample, breakbeat, experimental, dub, glitch, ambient,...
Jerky Oats Records
by Off Land
308
0
0
Jerky Oats is excited to present this latest work by one of the most acclaimed ambient artists in the netlabel scene. Originally released as Microvast on the Jerky Oats predecessor Second Thought Records by Tim Dwyer's pre-Off Land project The X:F System, Dwyer has reworked and re-recorded the album exclusively for Jerky Oats. Microcosm contains some of the most moving and dramatic work in the Off Land catalogue, based around the artist's signature blend of subtle synths and altered acoustics....
Topics: off, land, ambient, jerky, oats, drone
Jerky Oats Records
by Jack Anderton
234
1
0
Jack Anderton - Archive II - Electronic charts the progression from freeform Ambient Acoustic music based on open-plan layers of acoustic ambience to filtered synths, keyboard melodies and beats, spanning a 5 year period of music production. Early electronic efforts can be seen with Io from the 2005 album Mushroom Clouds which was a precursor to some of the music that followed, and pieces from the 2006 album Frequency that changed the tone away from guitars and choral vocals to electronic music...
Topics: Jack, Anderton, Jack Anderton, Ambient, Electronic, Archive, Jerky, Oats
Jerky Oats Records
by Jack Anderton
202
0
0
Beginning in 2005, three albums were produced that would set the tone for the next 5 years of music production- a period of immense creative effort. Setting out with little more than a guitar and some very basic computer software, this music came together without any coherent plan, purely out of a desire to create music. The tracks contain soft strumming, meandering bass riffs and melodic acoustic hooks- though not exclusively. On top of those comes layers of ambience, sometimes fleeting,...
Topics: Jack, Anderton, Jack Anderton, Ambient, Acoustic, Archive, Jerky, Oats
Jerky Oats Records
171
0
0
Jerky Oats Records
by Captain Busby
170
0
0
Captain Busby was a project by Ross Baker and Gregg Jackson. They recorded one EP, The Underbelly of Consciousness, which was released on Second Thought Records in 2003, but has been deleted since 2004. Jerky Oats is proud to re-release the EP as a free download, for all to enjoy in 2010. The Underbelly of Consciousness is a strange place where jazz, krautrock, lo-fi, flamenco, ambient, noise rock and surrealism meet. Paintings by Carly Griffiths. Pencil sketches by Gregg Jackson.
Topics: second thought, jazz, krautrock, lo-fi, flamenco, ambient, noise rock, surreal, surrealism, second...
Jerky Oats Records
by Second Thought
152
0
0
Second live EP from Second Thought on Jerky Oats, Live From Folkestone is a recording of a 40 minute webcast from December 2011, featuring synth arrangements of pieces from Vacuum Road Songs, 60° South, Christmas and Safernoc, plus unreleased material.
Topics: second thought, vacuum road songs, 60° South, safernoc, live, folkestone, gig, recording, ambient,...
Jerky Oats Records
by Jesse Conner
136
0
0
Hard-A-Port finds Jesse Conner moving slightly away from the sketchbook approach of his first three records, towards a more streamlined sound. A strong melodic sound is present on the twenty pieces here, with little trace of the noise rock and punk influence found on earlier recordings; instead, the album moves towards folk (Thunder in Calvi, Congletonian Tradgedy), fully fleshed out indie-rock (Call Out to the No Ones, Messages on the Ceiling, Spaced), and the epic title track, while retaining...
Topics: jesse, conner, lo-fi, acoustic, folk, indie
Jerky Oats Records
by Second Thought / Gliese 614
129
0
0
Split EP between two electronic artists. Second Thought provides some ambient techno interpretations of works from his ambient classical album Since Every Hour Is Too Late. In sharp contrast, Gliese 614 offers up nine slices of harsh industrial in the Throbbing Gristle vein, with lyrics inspired by harrowing dreams
Topics: second thought, gliese 614, ambient, techno, classical, industrial, noise, dreams, memories, jerky...
Jerky Oats Records
by Jesse Conner
128
0
0
Debut album from songwriter and cartoonist Jesse Conner, 20 lo-fi gems ranging from the upbeat (Wolverines!), to the melancholy (Big News In Our Small Town), to the downright ridiculous (Hands Inside The Ride). All tracks carefully sculptured into the style he called "lo-findie", a mix of acoustic, pop punk, indie and folk. For fans of Guided By Voices, Beck and The Mountain Goats (active interest in Alkaline Trio helpful but not necessary).
Topics: jesse conner, jerky oats, acoustic, folk, lo-fi, thom jones, woods for the trees
Jerky Oats Records
by Jesse Conner
125
0
0
Jesse Conner's second outing follows the template of his debut, but expands upon the acoustic "lo-findie" template, bringing in elements of noise rock (Second Stage Turbine Hat), psych folk (The Big Tree) and song collages (Someone's Sittin' There Mate). Another 20 slices of lo-fi pop perfect for anyone with a taste for acoustic guitars, surreal lyrics, irresistible melodies and tape hiss.
Topics: jesse conner, jerky oats, acoustic, folk, lo-fi, thom jones, woods for the trees
Jerky Oats Records
by Austin Cassell
113
0
0
EP of highly experimental sounds from the UK's Austin Cassell. Starting off on a (relatively) accessible note, the record dives quickly into the weird and the unknown, combining glitches and noise with melodies cut free from any traditional harmonic constraints, blending unidentified electronic debris with piano.
Topics: idm, experimental, austin cassell, uk, glitch
Jerky Oats Records
by Absence Attacks
111
1
0
Elephant Hour is a collection of Gregg Jackson's recordings to date, released to preceed his forthcoming debut album. The collection spans a period back to the more stripped back recordings with Ross Baker from 2003, through to self-recorded works between 2005 and 2010. While much of the record highlights Jackson's melodic songwriting through a number of self-penned classic pop style tracks, he also adventures into a few instrumental jams and experimental sound works through the record. Whether...
Topics: acoustic, lo-fi, singer-songwriter, experimental, melodic, pop, rock, gregg jackson
Jerky Oats Records
by Jesse Conner
108
0
0
The third album from Jesse Conner pulls away from some of the more unusual strands found on Easy Tiger, reverting back to the more song-based composition of debut album Whatupwidat? Nevertheless, the cut'n'paste anything goes spirit is still to be found on Future Flying Disc and Ballad of the Drunken Surfer, while the remainder of the record is split evenly between his gentle side (HUD) and the utterly ridiculous (Kamikaze Bumble Bees).
Jerky Oats Records
by Matthew Price
105
0
0
Matthew Price is a synthpop radio presenter flying in from England. Anyone fancy a Brew? Sometimes was due for a 'tongue in cheek' release on Second Thought Records in 2003 before the label closed, but now the song has returned in all its glory, backed by a series of experimental remixes.
Topics: silly, novelty, matthew price, synthpop, sometimes, radio presenter
Jerky Oats Records
by Second Thought
93
0
0
Second Thought's debut live performance, as part of the Ambientlive Awakenings mini-festival on 30th September 2005, is captured in full here. The set includes new interpretations of tracks from Purlieu and Vacuum Road Songs as well as exclusive material.
Topics: Second Thought, Live, Ambient, Awakenings, Brudenell
Jerky Oats Records
by The Curse of Kevin Carter
69
0
0
Continuing with the sound of his Second Thought EP of the same name, The Curse of Kevin Carter sees Ross Baker in lo-fi songwriter mode for the second time. Seven nuggets of slightly dislodged melodies, tape hiss, guitar noise, lo-fi synths and surreal yet strangely familiar lyrics. The opening and closing pieces see the artist adopting a more expansive pop sound, while other tracks are fragmented and chaotic.
Topics: lo-fi, acoustic, indie, music